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shmemson:

indielowercase:

nowstuckinmyhead:

King Missile - Jesus was Way Cool

Happy Easter

I love this song

Mike Galvin, Mike Faloon and me. #Egghead

Guys, I don’t mean to bandwagon here - but Sullivan’s Travels by Preston Sturges is really good.

paulftompkins:

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THE DEAD AUTHORS PODCAST, CHAPTER 33: ROD SERLING

Thanks to John Ross Bowie, for no particular reason.

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My dad’s medic armband from his service in the army, ca.1960-62 #tbt

Kale being grown on my daughters elementary school garden. We get it, Los Angeles. Take it easy.

#tbt to the last time I understood economics.

Looking For Tom Lehrer, Comedy's Mysterious Genius

Ben Smith nails my childhood: “Lehrer’s songs and influence have survived his own indifference, and survived his place in the cultural cul de sac that was the anti-hippie, anti-folk music square left. If your parents went to a fancy college in the late 1950s, they probably played you “Poisoning Pigeons in the Park” when you were 7, and “New Math” when you were 11, and blushed trying to explain “I Got It from Agnes.”“

seanhowe:

Captain America’s Roseland Ballroom, 1956-2014.

Roseland closes tonight.

From Captain America #258, June 1981
Caption: On 52nd Street in Manhattan, between Broadway and 8th Avenue, stands one of New York’s celebrated landmarks—a dance hall called Roseland. In this age of new wave, rock ‘n’ roll and disco, it’s a place where a couple can do a slow, romantic shuffle to the music of a big band. And among tonight’s couples are Steve Rogers (perhaps more widely known as Captain America) and his downstairs neighbor Bernadette Rosenthal.

"Strange. I was last here almost forty years ago. It was a victory bonds party. So long ago, yet for me it seems like only yesterday. I’m still young, thanks to the years I spent in suspended animation after the war—but the WAC I danced with should be in her 60s. With children and grandchildren. I’ve seen so much in my life—and yet I’ve lost so much more that can never be regained."

Poor Captain America, fated to outlive everything he’s ever loved.

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